Zombie Tip of the Day: Ringing the Dinner Bell

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So you’re out, either with your crew or by yourself, scavenging for supplies in a town when you come across a Super Market. It looks empty and ransacked but looks can be deceiving. You don’t know if there are any of my zombie friends chilling out in the freezer section comparing prices on months old spoiled milks or not.

Now you have a few options on how to approach this situation here.

You can either just walk right in and try to take out the loyal beyond death customers in a dark, close quarters area where you can easily be cornered and become the fresh new sale item in the Meat Department.

OR, you can draw them out to you and fight them in the open parking lot, rock their heads, and be on your merry way in no time with your groceries. Sounds better, right?

There’s all sorts of ways to can ring the dinner bell to get them running to you. You can fill a soda or soup can with rocks and shake it at the door or down the aisle. You can bang on a pot or tire rim, knock on the glass, whistle, call them names. Doesn’t matter, get creative. Either way, you need to get them out to you so figure out how you want to do it.

Once you’re in of course you still have to be on your guard, cause not many of of us have as good ears as we used to, if any at all left. So they might have not have come for supper and just stayed, trying to decide which brand of cereal would be tastier now as a zombie, Meatie-O’s, Brain Flakes, or Capt Munch. But once you take care of them and have cleared the whole building then you should be fine to check your grocery list and start shopping.

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Zombie tip of the Day: The Pros and Cons of Living in rural areas and the cities

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Living in Rural areas:

The benefits of living in small towns and farm areas are smaller zombie population, higher chance of finding hunting equipment, and areas to grow crops in relative safety. Farm Country does not have the high numbers of people like the big cities, which allows fewer people to become infected. Many people in these areas hunt so they would most likely have a hunting rifle or shotgun, and there’ll be lots of gun shops with ammo. With the few zombies in the area and expanse fields and woods, rural places provide a place to settle down and make a farm to keep fed.

The disadvantages would be low supply of readily made food and other supplies that could be greatly depleted in short time, more people would have survived because of guns and ammo and maybe hostile,

Zombie Tip of the Day: Turn up the Music

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I’m surprised I haven’t seen other tips like this. In the episode of the Walking Dead in Season 1 where they are in that traffic jam on the highway, they turn on a car and the emergency broadcast starts playing. If that broadcast is still going, then the tower and station would still have power, most likely renewable. If they could find where this tower and station was then they can set up base there and tap into it’s power or whatever is powering it like a dam, or windmill, or whatever. No need to huddle around candles in a small house in the harsh winter while they could be relaxing in a station with central heating or A/C and send signals to other people, telling them it’s safe where they are. So long to the dark ages and hello to electricity.

Zombie Tip of the day: Be Fit or Be Bit

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Paul is a great example of this tip. He wasn’t a very athletic person so he lacked the stamina and speed to get away fast enough. He was barely going faster than his pursuers and was made a delicacy very quickly.

You want to be fit so you can out run either a single zombie or an entire horde. We don’t tire so you have to be able to keep a good pace to avoid being a tasty meal for me and my friends. And being fit will definitely cut down on how much food you intake, saving more for later.

If you can out run us, you have a good chance of out living us.

Zombie Tip of the day: Never go to the John Alone

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I cannot begin to tell you how many poor souls I’ve caught with their pants down in a restroom,  porta-potty, in the bushes. You always want to go with a partner, just to make sure me or any other zombies don’t come out of the woods, or under a stall.

This one time, a guy had stopped on the side of the road and I just happened to be wandering the woods at that time. He didn’t bring anyone else from the car with him which was a big mistake. As he was just finishing up his business, I bit down on his neck, guy didn’t know what hit him. He almost killed me and would have if he didn’t pass out from blood loss within a few seconds.

Another time, I ran into a group scavenging for supplies in a super market and one of them had to take a leak. Now this guy did have somebody watch the door, but he wasn’t the most observant. I sneaked up to his partner and got him in the arm as he stood leaning against the wall. When I startled him he fell and cracked his head open on a shelf and got knocked out. I ate him for a while until his buddy came out. He tried to bash my head in with a fire extinguisher but knocked him to the ground and we wrestled, biting him all over, until he lost to much blood and died.

So moral of the story, have a bathroom buddy that is observant.